I am doing monte carlo simulations. In the first run the experiment is repeated e.g. 10000 times. The result looks like x+/-y, y is the relative error. Next, I change a part of the experiment and run again for e.g. 10000 times and have the result u+/-v, v the relative error.
It is possible that the difference between x and u is small and also there is the relative error. How can I assess this difference with respect to the relative errors?
Example: First result: 91.6 +/- 9.84 Second result: 95.12 +/- 12.33 Is there a “real” difference in the results or is it just something within the errors? Any help is very appreciated. Thanks Ulrich